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Brad Parscale to NewsmaxTV: 'Over 100,000 RSVP' for Trump-Cruz Rally

By    |   Monday, 22 October 2018 04:04 PM

President Donald Trump’s rally with Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz is expected to draw “over 100,000” attendees, according to the president’s campaign manager.

Trump’s campaign manager Brad Parscale described the scene before the president’s rally in Texas with Cruz as “insane,” saying on Newsmax TV’s “America Talks Live” Monday afternoon that they received “over 100,000 RSVP’s."

He added that Trump “really hasn’t been in South Texas for a real rally,” saying that he’s attended “fundraisers,” but doesn’t “need to be there that often,” because of Trump’s already strong support in the area.

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“Texas is Trump country, it’s a Republican backbone,” he said.

Pascale said that Trump is “very concerned” about the “migrant caravan” that is moving through Central America.

When asked about Trump’s attacks on Cruz in the 2016 campaign, Pascale said, “that was a long time ago, three years ago… it was a pretty heated primary in the Republican Party. I think the president and Cruz are obviously on the same track and have the same agenda, for the most part. And I think that’s going to show this evening.”

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President Donald Trump's rally with Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz is expected to draw "over 100,000" attendees, according to the president's campaign manager.
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